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Try Bluetooth Auto Connect App. It automatically tries to connect to your Bluetooth devices when Bluetooth has been turned on or when your device screen goes on. First, connect and pair with your Bluetooth device manually (this is a requirement) and then just turn off and on Bluetooth (or leave Bluetooth on and turn the screen on) and it will auto connect.
This is a bit of an opinionated, and caveated answer. According to the Android Developers you can indeed "Manage multiple connections" It seems to be the case than an Android tablet can connect with multiple Bluetooth devices sending data only, but Bluetooth devices that can also receive data will only pair with one device. From my trying this on: ...
Some Android phones have following issues: Can't record calls. Can record calls, but in recordings the sound of your side is very weak. Can record calls, but in recordings the sound of the other side is very weak. Can record calls, but during recording you can't hear the caller's voice. Can record calls, but during recording the caller can't hear your ...
Now that Android 4.3 (API Level 18) exposes an API for accessing BLE, it's possible for third-party apps to perform a check for this system feature. One app that can check this for you is Bluetooth LE Scanner. The top of the main activity has an indicator that will display "Supported" if your device has BLE capabilities. The app is open-source, so you can ...
Most likely, it is not going to send the app data with the app. If the only file being sent is an apk (example: angrybirds.apk), then there is no data sent with it. The apk is just the app itself. However it is possible to send app data. If you are using "File Commander", it would depend on whether File Commander sends app data or not (sorry I don't have ...
An .apk file is just the zip of the actual app. It's what you download from the AppStore. It doesn't contain any user data. The user data is located in /data/data/
This may be a bug with BLE, and in that case upgrading to 4.4.4 will probably solve the issue.
This issue seems to be in cyanogenmod for some time. See this bugdescription. A fix for MTK-compatible phones was posted here
Yes. You put the gamepad into pairing mode by holding down the home button + the back button for 5 seconds, until you see the blue lights flashing, and connecting to the gamepad in the Bluetooth settings in your smartphone.
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